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  • Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa and Pavan Kumar Hari. image credit Daniel J Grant.jpg Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa and Pavan Kumar Hari. image credit Daniel J Grant.jpg Cream of the crop 2019
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    Cream of the crop 2019

    13 December 2019

    Which shows were Seesaw writers’ favourites this year? What were the highlights and lowlights for the arts in WA? And which artists will our contributors be looking out for in 2020? As 2019 draws to a close, Seesaw writers reflect on the year that was and the year that will be.

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    Reading time • 10 minutesDance
  • Jessie Camilleri-Seeber and Mitchell Aldridge. Photo: Emma Fishwick. Navigating an uncertain path
    Review

    Navigating an uncertain path

    7 November 2019

    Review: Strut Dance and Tura New Music, “In Situ 2019” · Cyril Jackson Senior Campus, 6 November · Review by Nina Levy · I’ve always loved…

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  • Vanessa Tomlinson, Robyn Schulkowsky  and Louise Devenish. Photo by Tristen Parr Trio play out of their skins
    Review

    Trio play out of their skins

    17 July 2019

    Review: University of Western Australia & Tura New Music, Armadillo · University of Western Australia, 16 July · Review by Jonathan W. Marshall · A percussion trio led…

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  • Zubin Kanga is at the intersection of technology and piano. Photo Raphael Neal. Mix and match media
    Review

    Mix and match media

    29 April 2019

    Review: Zubin Kanga ‘Piano Ex Machina’ ⋅ State Theatre Centre, April 24 ⋅ Review by Eduardo Cossio ⋅ Many contemporary composers have sought to create works that are…

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  • A man with his hands wrapped in electrical cables Hacking the piano
    Article

    Hacking the piano

    18 April 2019

    At Seesaw we enjoy publishing a range of voices. In this feature WA Academy of Performing Arts student Mae Anthony offers her insights as a Gen…

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  • Some things leave you speechless
    Review

    Some things leave you speechless

    2 March 2019

    Perth Festival review: Cat Hope, Speechless ⋅ Sunset Heritage Precinct, February 28 ⋅ Review by Laura Biemmi ⋅ So often, words fail us. The tragedies of our time can…

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  • Speak Percussion, Polar Force. Photo by Christophe Canato. Courtesy the artists and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. Two men in black shirts tap on pipes with small hammers The pathos of the natural sublime
    Review

    The pathos of the natural sublime

    23 January 2019

    Fringe World review: PICA with Tura and Speak Percussion, Polar Force⋅ PICA, January 21⋅ Review by Jonathan W Marshall⋅ Both Australia and New Zealand have been offering…

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  • A girl walking down a corridor A girls school adventure
    Article

    A girls school adventure

    30 November 2018

    Review: Fishwick & Hughes, ‘In SITU’, presented in association with STRUT Dance, Tura New Music and Artrage · Girls School Creative Precinct, East Perth, 29 November…

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